COVID deaths among unvaccinated ‘preventable and preventable’ – .

COVID deaths among unvaccinated ‘preventable and preventable’ – .

Anthony Fauci expressed his sadness over the “preventable and preventable” coronavirus-related deaths among unvaccinated people during an appearance Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press”.
Why is this important: The Biden administration missed its goal of having at least 70% of American adults vaccinated with at least one dose by July 4.

  • More than 600,000 people have died from Covid-19 in the United States, according to Politico. The rate has declined since coronavirus vaccines became available to the public.
  • Meanwhile, a new ABC News / Washington Post poll found that three in 10 adults had not received the vaccine and “definitely” or “probably” did not intend to receive it.
    • Of that group, 73% say U.S. officials have exaggerated the risks posed by the delta variant. Meanwhile, nearly 80% believe they have little or no risk of getting sick from COVID.

What they say : Of the deaths, Fauci said: “It’s really sad and tragic that most of them are preventable and preventable. “

  • “We are facing a historic situation with this pandemic, and we have the tools to counter it,” he continued. “So, for God’s sake, put all these differences aside and realize that the common enemy is the virus. “
  • “There are people in the world who would do anything to get vaccinated. “


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